What is the correct spelling for GILRS?
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Correct spellings for GILRS
- Kilos The four of them sat side by side without a word as their automatic anti-grav taxi took them the ten kilos from the port to Kadenar City, and then beyond.
- Giles Hugh Giles , of Pedee, proposed to join them, with two companies, Whitherspoon's and Thornly's; and his offer was gladly accepted.
- Gels And as for servants, there's no gels old enough at the school for servants, so I'll be goin' to Riversford with the carrier's cart to-morrow to see what I can do.
- Glares Thunder rolled over its head, and lurid glares played across the smoky column which towered aloft.
- kills At first the weeds require keeping down, but after awhile the crop itself kills them a good deal.
- gilds As he rode through the park where brake and tree were glowing in the yellow tints which Autumn, like Ambition, gilds ere it withers, he paused for a moment to recall the scene as he last beheld it.
- gales The little girl, nipped, and it seemed almost blasted, by gales of prosperity, showed a fair, round face, full and soft, and satisfied with its worldly portion.
- gulls Pocahontas wondered whence they came and whither they and the gulls were bound.
- girls I thought you were one of my own girls .
- grills I expect it's something Peyton was born to, for his old man was a bank cashier and his two older brothers already have their names up on window grills , he tells me, while an uncle of his is vice-president of an insurance company.
- gills When Walter started life in Mr. Dombey's great warehouse, his uncle, old Solomon Gills , with whom he lived, asked him on his return from work the first day: "Has Mr. Dombey been there to-day?"
- GALS If they did, Sir Matthy Bray and Sir Harry Payne had better fight it out, and the gals go home.
- GALAS And let me ask thee, if thou dost not think, that either the mayor, the ambassador, or the general would not make very pitiful figures on their galas, did not the trumpets and tabrets call together the canaille to gaze at them?
- galls Try that door,' well I opened another, it belonged to one o' the horrid hansum stranger galls that dined at table yesterday.
- guilds 99. Trading Guilds , origin of, iv.